Member Since 2020
Savannah, Georgia Area
Trivinia Barber is a real-world business development pro who helps entrepreneurs scale their business, sharpen their leadership, and build great teams. Having served as an Executive Assistant for nearly two decades before starting her company, Priority VA, Trivinia learned in the trenches how to own the best seat in the house as an EA. She now teaches Executive Assistants to do the same in her membership Momentum HQ™. The key to Trivinia’s success is her proprietary framework The Momentum Method™, which helps businesses navigate the interplay between their products, people, and processes to achieve greater growth and more efficiency. Trivinia lives with her husband, 4 daughters, and dogs on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia where traffic stops for snakes in the road and the occasional art parade. When she’s not speaking or traveling, you can find her 90ft underwater on her latest wreck scuba dive.
A CEO's email inbox can quickly become unruly if not properly managed. While being constantly bombarded with emails from various recipients making different asks of them, many CEOs may find they get overwhelmed by their inbox, leading to lower productivity and missed communication in the long run. And unfortunately, they don’t always have much time to deal with a mess of emails.
Employees want to feel valued, included and represented at work. Not only do they want to receive encouragement from supervisors and support from upper management, but they also want to be able to express themselves and their opinions freely with colleagues without fear of retribution.
Landing your first management position can be as daunting as it is exciting. You may feel pressure from superiors to perform well or wonder how you'll best lead your new employees.
Managers have the difficult responsibility of achieving their own goals to meet the business objectives of their company while simultaneously overseeing the performance of its employees.
Your employees’ personalities and work ethics have a direct impact on how effective and efficient you and your company are at getting anything done. Because of this, putting together a well-functioning team isn’t always straightforward. For an entrepreneur who needs to have team members they can count on, a few personality traits stand out as necessary.
17 members of YEC share effective tactics for gathering together leaders in a way that will lead to actual productivity and strategizing.
Entrepreneurs, especially when first starting out, often fall into the trap of overwork. While any successful business needs a firm hand to guide it, your body and mind have their own needs as well. Taking time off for relaxation and socialization in a non-work environment is critical to maintaining your health and the productivity you need to run a growing company.
The end of this year is right around the corner, and smart business owners will already be setting up plans and goals for the coming first quarter. Planning helps a business take stock of what it's achieved thus far and what it can hope to accomplish in the first quarter of the new year, given its available time and resources.
We recruit top Executive Assistants for entrepreneurial businesses. Leaders need to stay focused on what they do best, and have a team they can trust to do the rest. We help driven leaders build those teams. As Kolbe Certified experts, we navigate the interplay between people, projects, and processes to help leaders get more done. Our Executive Assistant Mastermind helps EAs turn into leaders in the organization that not only keep their Executives focused and getting more done with less stress, but doing it all without losing their sanity. Priority VA has served entrepreneurs since 2013 all over the globe. With United States based in-person or remote executive support, we have support options for leaders looking for shorter-term contractors or permanent employees. Our founder spent nearly two decades serving Leaders as an executive assistant before starting the company and knows how to match talent not just to get things done, but to form a longterm collaborative relationship to ensure you're not only focused on the right activities, but that you're building a team you can actually trust.
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